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All posts are for employment with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) located at their central offices based at Friends House in Euston, London unless described otherwise.

Job opportunities at Friends House, Euston

  • Project Development Officer (C&S) - closing date: 9 am, Monday 10 August 2015

Volunteer opportunities at Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria;

  • Swarthmoor Hall Volunteers

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Project Development Officer
Communication and Services


SALARY - £21,557 (£30,797 pro rata)
CONTRACT - fixed term – 9 Months
HOURS - part time, 24.5 hours per week
LOCATION - Friends House, Euston, NW1

We are seeking a Project Development Officer to provide support for the Communication & Services Department and in particular to help develop and deliver specific time limited projects. This is an ideal role for someone who enjoys working with people to help them develop ideas. You are well-organised, and can arrange a meeting from start to finish. You can write briefing papers and project proposals. You are flexible and willing to turn your attention to different types of projects.

You should have strong interpersonal and organisational skills and be able to work independently. The ability to maintain high standards of work under pressure and balance competing priorities is a must. You will be hard working, pro-active and a team player. You should have excellent written skills and be able to work with budgets by preparing, monitoring and managing. You should have proven experience in successful project delivery.

CLOSING DATE - 9 am, Monday 10 August 2015
INTERVIEWS - Tuesday 18 August 2015

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House Tour Guides
Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria


Voluntary, travel expenses paid

Swarthmoor Hall is a historic house known as the ‘cradle of Quakerism’. The house is open to the public four afternoons a week throughout the year and for group tours at other times by appointment. We are looking for Friends who live within travelling distance of the Hall who are interested in acting as tour guides. We do not necessarily need a regular commitment of hours. We do hope to develop a pool of volunteers who we will train as tour guides for our visitors both adults and children.

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